Hospice Volunteers Needed in Rhinelander
Hospice is about living each day to the fullest. It’s about helping individuals dying of terminal illness live each day in a pain-free environment, with dignity and peace. As a hospice volunteer, you can be a part of this incredible journey.
Compassionate volunteers are currently needed throughout the Rhinelander, Tomahawk and Crandon region. Volunteers provide support to hospice patients and their loved ones in their homes, nursing homes, and other residential care facilities. There are also opportunities to get involved in outreach and fundraising for the hospice program, and to assist the professional team with clerical duties.
Ministry Home Care - Hospice Services will provide their free 6-week volunteer training Wednesdays, April 20 – May 25, 9 a.m. - Noon at their office in Rhinelander (1864 N. Stevens Street).
This comprehensive training provides the foundation of knowledge and skill needed to provide support to patients and their families. Ongoing support and training opportunities are provided throughout a volunteer’s tenure.
Hospice volunteers are special men and women! While caring for others, you can find new meaning in your own life, gain greater self-knowledge, and experience satisfaction from making a difference in people's lives. As a result, volunteers often become more focused on the parts of life that matter most.
There is no charge, but pre-registration is required by Friday, April 15. To register, please call Melissa Houg at 800.643.4663.
Make each day count…become a hospice volunteer.